08/11/2019

Long Delays Following Newtownabbey Collision

Motorists in Co Antrim are advised to avoid the A2 Shore Road following a two vehicle collision.

The Newtownabbey route is closed in both directions following the crash close to the Regional College between Station Road and Rushpark roundabout.

There are long delays on all approaches.

The road is expected to remain closed for some time with drivers urged to seek an alternative route.
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Access to Newtownabbey North Regional College is understood to be closed off while emergency services deal with the incident.



(JG/CM)

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